The two Wilburys CDs are out of print in the US. I consider myself lucky that I found both Volumes 1 & 3 in a used CD store, and paid 14 dollars for both of them. I had to change the scratched up & cracked jewel cases, but they were in otherwise pristine condition. Another used shop has Vol.1 selling for 44 dollars. It's a crime that these two CDs are out of print.
George Harrison's LIVE IN JAPAN set is also out of print, and shouldn't be. I had to settle for a CD burn of it for the time being. LIJ gets a bit of flack, but I think it's quite good. Maybe they'll reissue it and include Clapton's set as well someday?
I see ALL THINGS MUST PASS, LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD, DARK HORSE and EXTRA TEXTURE in he stores frequently, but LITMW, DH and ET are priced way too high. They should be $12.99 if you ask me. The recording industry wants 20 bucks a pop average for CDs, then they wonder why people resort to downloading instead.
I also see THE CONCERT FOR BANGLA DESH everywhere. I nearly bought it, but I heard a rumor that it was being remastered and expanded, so I waited. Looks like it hasn't happened yet. False rumor? Who knows.